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Controversy arose at the county commission over one resident’s request to have a section line road that functions as a kind of “thru-driveway” for his property closed to the public.

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Library hosts strong summer program

Summer reading programs take place at 95% of public libraries in the United States.

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Ice cream floats part of Center’s efforts

September is National Recovery Month.

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These last five months have been a trying time for us all. But, barring the elderly largely quarantined in nursing homes or other care facilities, those who have likely had the greatest difficulty have been children and youth.

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“We have seven new students that are going to homeschooling.”

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13-year-old hatches eggciting idea

How old do you have to be to start a business?

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An appreciative and modest business owner

A business that’s lasted 41 years and counting.

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For 21 and up. Beulah Parks and Rec will host a 21 and over 80s Prom on Aug. 22 at the Beulah Civic Center. It’s the weekend before school starts.

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The school board has officially approved the Beulah Public Safety Health and Re-start Program.

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Council approves an upcoming foundation event

The most recent city council meeting led off with a foundation seeking to establish a presence in Beulah.

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